“Maybe it’s while you’re shopping. Maybe it’s while you’re watching television. Maybe it’s while you’re applying spray-on tanner to your fake breasts.
We all have those moments each and every day when we feel, even if just for a second, that we’re living in an illusion, that we have bought in to a paradigm that
doesn’t fit and can’t sustain. “Culture in Decline” abuses your illusions and molests your thoughts in all the right ways. Peter Joseph brilliantly and cleverly
pulls back the shower curtain to reveal a species circling the drain. Love it or hate it, I promise you’ll never be quite the same after watching it.”
Squatted social centers are proliferating all across Europe. Ordinary people are occupying empty buildings in urban areas, turning them into free, open and public space.
Alongside music and art collectives, concerts, food co-operatives and community gardens one also finds construction workshops, child care, language classes, political talks and even legal advice on social and economic rights.
These community activities are indicative of burgeoning social and political autonomist movements, emerging from within the walls of these occupied buildings.
Taylor Wilson was 14 when he built a nuclear fusion reactor in his parents’ garage. Now 19, he returns to the TED stage to present a new take on an old topic: fission. Wilson, who has won backing to create a company to realize his vision, explains why he’s so excited about his innovative design for small modular fission reactors — and why it could be the next big step in solving the global energy crisis.
Alberto Villoldo, psychologist, anthropologist and bestselling author, has studied the shamanic healing practices of the Amazon for over 25 years. In this beautifully filmed documentary he reveals secrets of the jungle’s sacred plants and the healers who administer them, deep in the Amazon rainforest.
Control on our daily lives increases and privacy is disappearing. How is this exactly happening and in which way will it effect all our lives? A film about the rise of the surveillance state into your life. Made in Holland, this film was an instant online buzz with over 80.000 Vimeo views.
Long Live The Kings is a film and photographic project shot exclusively on film http://long-live-the-kings.blogspot.fr/ Short documentary shot on super 16mm relating the hopes and desires of those who go for a motorcycle road trip. A film by Clement Beauvais and Arthur de Kersauson Directed by Clement Beauvais Produced by Arthur de Kersauson Written by Clement Beauvais and Arthur de Kersauson Dop Zack Spiger Editing Clement Beauvais A Moonwalk films Production With the support of Edwin. Picture and Blog: Hysteric Studio Photographer Donald van der…